Neepawa beat Gladstone in stunning fashion

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While Matt Kohlman put in a 46 save effort for Gladstone, he and the Lakers still fell 9-6 to Kyle McDonald & the Neepawa Farmers on Friday, Mar. 9. McDonald had three points (2G - 1A) on the night.

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

A disastrous series of events, some self inflicted, ended up costing the Gladstone Lakers the third game of their Tiger Hills Hockey League eastern division series against the Neepawa Farmers. Gladstone surrendered seven goals in the last 20 minutes of action at the Yellowhead Arena on Friday, Mar. 9, to lose 9-6.

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Neepawa Natives hand out Year-end Awards

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Gladstone's MacLennan winds up University athletics career

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Kerilynn MacLennan (#10) recently finished her fifth year with the Edmonton-based MacEwan University Griffins women’s basketball program. Submitted photo. Property of Chris Piggott Photgraphy.

 

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

An athlete with a connection to Gladstone has wrapped up her post-secondary basketball career. Kerilynn MacLennan, who has been a member of the Edmonton-based MacEwan University Griffins women’s basketball program since 2013, recently played her 108th and final game for the team. 

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Stunning end to playoffs for NACI Tigers

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By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

The WHSHL playoffs ended in an abrupt and shocking fashion over the weekend for the NACI Tigers hockey team, with a 4-3 loss to the Crocus Plains Plainsmen. Crocus stunned the Tigers on Sunday, Mar. 4,  by scoring a pair of goals in the final 1:17 of the third period. With the victory, Crocus claimed the third and deciding game of the best-of-three series.

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Neepawa & Gladstone don't seem to like each other

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Lakers battle to 2-0 series lead in Tiger Hills Eastern Division final

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

It's not every hockey game where you get to see somebody punch a goalie in the face. If that's something you needed as a part of your life, you really should have been at the Yellowhead Arena on Saturday, Mar. 3, for game two of the Neepawa Farmers/Gladstone Lakers playoff series. 

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